Thursday, September 13, 2012

UNLV - New Magnetic Bacteria

State funding support for world-class public universities, like Berkeley, the University of Michigan and the University of Virginia has been reduced as low as zero to 20%.  The top tier public universities learned many years ago it was necessary for them to become research universities, which are profit centers, to fund their operations.  UNLV and UNR are far behind on the curve in becoming self-sustaining.  Both must develop as world renowned research universities to earn income to survive and succeed.

Today Jim discusses the many attributes and plans of UNR and UNLV to make both universities competitive with the other world-class U.S. public universities.

UNLV faculty and students are on the forefront of discovery, and regularly make international news!  In a basin named Badwater on the edge of Death Valley National Park, UNLV microbiologist Dennis Bazylinski found a new magnetic bacteria with amazing biotech and commercialization potential. Scientific American

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